||Academic requirements listed by catalog year.
||Seeks to create an accessible university community providing equal opportunity in all aspects of the educational environment. Provides support to all students with disabilities
||132 Memorial Library
|Career Development Center
||Provides services and resources to assist students and graduate with career planning, and employment searches.
||209 Wigley Administration
|Center for Academic Success
||Free trained tutors are available on a walk-in basis to assist students with writing, languages, math, science and more.
||125 Memorial Library
||Free, confidential counseling services for social, personal, or academic concerns.
||Emergency grants are available to students who encounter unexpected expenses. Student must meet eligibility criteria, meet with a Grant Advisor and complete the application process for consideration. The School of Nursing SRC is a Grant Advisor.
||360 Wissink Hall
|IT Solutions Center
||Provides technology support to students, staff and faculty.
||121 Wissink Hall
||Provides direct services to students and hosts educational programs, cultural activities and conferences for area youth, faculty and staff.
|Kearney International Center
||Offers two service areas-International Student and Scholar Services, and the International Programs Office (Study Abroad)
||Provides support, advocacy, referral and sense of community to LGBTQQA students.
|Mathematics and Statistics Learning Center
||Free tutoring on a walk-in basis for undergraduate math and statistics courses.
||285 Wissink Hall
||Students use MavConnect to facilitate communication among academic advisors, instructors, students and others at the University that support student success.
|New Student and Family Programs
||Assists new students with adjusting to the rigors of college; assist undecided students
||103 Preska Residence
|Policies A to Z
||Includes all University academic polies and procedures
||All information pertaining to registration including the course schedule, registration deadlines, registration windows, registration problems, polices and forms.
||Information on University Scholarships and login to Scholarship Finder.
|Statement of Student Responsibilities
||The "Statement of Student Responsibilities" was established by students, faculty, and staff to clarify behavioral expectations of students.
|Student Financial Services
||(Campus Hub) Assists with financial aid programs and personal financial managements.
||First floor CSU
|Student Health Services
||Provides an on campus clinical with a full-service pharmacy, lab services and health education; low-cost and convenient health services.
||21 Carkoski Commons
|Student Support Services
||The TRIO program provides one-on-on support and tutoring to first generation, students with disabilities, and low-incomes students.
||355 Wiecking Center
|Veterans Resource Center
||Provides assistance, peer support, and educational events for all students impacted by military services.
|Veterans Benefits and Assistance
||Located in the Office of the Registrar; assists veterans, their dependents, National Guardsmen and Reservists with educational benefits.
||132 Wigley Administration
||Provides programs, connections, advocacy, services and leadership opportunities for all MSU students